Robert de Montefort
During the second Norman campaign of the years 1107-1108 CE, the Norman noble Robert de Monteforte was killed in Glavenica. Even while retaining the title of Duke, he was promptly buried and on his grave was placed the column of stone on which the inscription of the return of King Boris to Christianity was inscribed.
Inscription on his Tomb.
†Here lies Robert de Forti Monte. Graceful manly body, courageous at arms, generous man, deputy commander of the Normans. He led and was above all the English, being at the most beautiful age of youth, he left this earth while in search for his lords grave. In here, he died young, when the sun bore for the fourth time at Libras Constellation. May the King of the Paradise give you his joys, o Robert.†